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Just Before - Stacy Barton muses on "Transition"

Just Before

by Stacy Barton

In the stages of labor, Transition comes in the moments just before the new life begins to press its way out, to squeeze its greatness from the womb. 501 more words


Warning: loving me might get you messy

So when I was younger I noticed pretty quickly that there seemed to be two types of girls. One type was the girl who could wear white clothes and go through the entire day… 1,663 more words

You are not your stories (and also, yes, you are)

We all have stories we tell ourselves. We may not even realize we are telling ourselves these stories until we step back and take a look. 540 more words

Being Enough

Why a personal practice is the most important practice

I dont cry very often. I can count on one hand the amount of times I have really cried in the past year (and believe me I have had a very challenging year). 1,227 more words

Changing Perceptions

Honoring yourself and setting boundaries

Boundaries. That’s a word you will typically hear from a therapist, an article in Psychology Today, or a book on relationships . Boundaries are the limits we put in place that define our relationships to others.

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Being Enough

Cleaning House

A few months ago I started to clean out parts of my life. I have been experiencing a lot of shifting and changing in my world and clearing out and cleaning house has been very cathartic for me. 1,179 more words

Quit Rehearsing for a Story You Don't Want to Live


For years most of us have been memorizing our lines.
In-fact many are embedded deep into our sub-conscious – neatly programmed, yet ready to surface in a heart beat. 232 more words